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Wednesday, 25 November 2020 11:49

What Your Marketing Strategy for 2021 Needs

It's no secret that 2020 didn't go the way any of us expected. Businesses have faced numerous challenges and disruptions since March, and there's no way to know when the world is going to go back to normal. While businesses can still operate, it's not as easy to move forward as it was a year ago. With 2020 slowly coming to a well-deserved conclusion, now is the perfect time for your company to invest in a marketing strategy for 2021. Below, we have some elements that every marketing strategy should include for 2021. 

Published in Marketing
Is anyone else caught up in the euphoria of the new year? I can’t stop thinking about my life, where I am going, and what I want to be doing.
Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 06 December 2016 13:27

Trends in Social Media Marketing for 2017

Lead generation through sharing content on social media has grown in importance over the past few years. Many marketers have caught onto this concept and have used it to the fullest potential by sharing news, blogs, customer service information, and tips...with a twist. The thought up images and carefully curated canva posts that marketers are making are becoming more and more like a subtle sales pitch. In the past, seeing any promotional components in posts would turn off potential leads, however, because of this shift and slow, easy transition, it is a new norm.

Published in Social Media
Happy 2016! As Marketing Eye Atlanta kicks off the New Year, We realize that it is time to expand on our wonderful journey towards greatness! No, but really... Marketing Eye Atlanta is looking for a Graphic Designer to work alongside the amazingly talented Art Director, Brandon Reviere!

Throughout this past year Marketing Eye Atlanta has had some of the most amazing experiences, namely through our fantastic co-workers and inspiring clients. They never cease to amaze us with their insights, perseverance and determination to kick goals straight in the ass. 

Published in Management
There are a lot things that entrepreneurs do right, and often they are done for the world to see. Yet there are still some things that we don't quite get right. 2016 is going to be a huge year. There is so much in store for us and while we all focus on business, the Government has a few headaches not just with stimulating economic growth, but ISIS and climate change. 
 
Published in Entrepreneurship
Thursday, 02 January 2014 19:45

How to start the new year strong : Business

It's a catastrophe in the making. Already you have eaten one extra scoop of ice-cream that you really did not need, and the vino - well, it was just there and it had to be drunk.

New Years Resolutions are renown for being thrown in the bin and rightfully so, because few of us really commit to them for longer than a day or two. In fact, statistics show that New Years Resolutions are not kept with only 8% of people keeping them past the first few days according to Times Magazine.

When you try and tie a behavioral change to a specific date, you tend to rob yourself of an opportunity to fail and recover and many who believe that they will change, and fail, tend to believe that they have to wait another year to try again. It's a weird psyche that many of us share.

This year is my year. I am dedicating it to achieving everything I ever dreamt of and more. There is no second place and certainly no throwing in the towel. Instead, I am committed like never before to achieving all of my goals and ensuring that I live life to the fullest encapsulating all my dreams in one forward movement into the future. 

I am not getting any younger - and neither are you may I add, so there is no time like the present to get off my fairly ample bottom and put those trainers on with that Nike exercise outfit that has been gaining cobwebs and start the race on high speed with milestones every day of the year, that need to be met.

Saturday, 03 July 2010 20:49

Starting fresh

A new financial year and already we are in day 4. Every end of financial year or start to the new year for that matter, is like a fresh start to many small businesses. It’s a time to re-think your strategy, re-invent your marketing programs and rejuvenate your team.
Published in Marketing
Sunday, 02 January 2011 20:23

Seeing in 2011

pipmelpicatmikes-300x300It’s incredible to think that yet another year has gone by.

It would be amiss of me to not look back and reflect on the year we have just had, yet something tells me that whilst reflection is good, looking forward is even better.
Published in Mellissah Smith